$S$-Hypersimplices, Pulling Triangulations, and Monotone paths

@article{Manecke2020SHypersimplicesPT,
  title={\$S\$-Hypersimplices, Pulling Triangulations, and Monotone paths},
  author={Sebastian Manecke and Raman Sanyal and Jeonghoon So},
  journal={Electron. J. Comb.},
  year={2020},
  volume={27},
  pages={3}
}
An $S$-hypersimplex for $S \subseteq \{0,1, \dots,d\}$ is the convex hull of all $0/1$-vectors of length $d$ with coordinate sum in $S$. These polytopes generalize the classical hypersimplices as well as cubes, crosspolytopes, and halfcubes. In this paper we study faces and dissections of $S$-hypersimplices. Moreover, we show that monotone path polytopes of $S$-hypersimplices yield all types of multipermutahedra. In analogy to cubes, we also show that the number of simplices in a pulling… 

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